Welcome to Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club

 

Welcome to Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club, a full length 27 hole, picturesque golf course located on the Shropshire and Worcestershire border.

Founded in 1993, this Ray Baldwin designed course continues to improve and test all abilities of golfers year upon year. As a popular destination, Cleobury Mortimer golf club plays host to the Worcestershire Open Pro Am, a number of county and Midland events and some of the biggest charity golf days in the West Midlands.

At Cleobury Mortimer golf club the scenic and rural views meet the excellent function and conference room facilities. Whether you choose Cleobury Mortimer golf club for a golf day out or for its function room facilities, we will strive to ensure you of a memorable occasion

Should you want to make your stay longer we have four 4* self- catering country lodges available to rent on site.

A friendly and welcoming approach to golf, Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club provides just about everything to satisfy the modern day golfer, their families and their friends.

Full English Breakfast and 18 Holes. Midweek £26 per person Weekend £32 per person

 

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Open Events

Have a great day out at one of Cleobury Mortimer Golf Clubs Open Golf Events.

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Societies

Societies are welcome 7 days a week with packages to suit all needs and requirements.

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Club House Functions

Looking for a Wedding, Corporate or Party Venue? The Wyre Suite Function Room could be just what you want.

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    PuttOut - £20 and just 5 left!

    There is nothing worse than leaving a putt short that was online! The PuttOut training aid is a fantastic piece of kit that you can use at home or on the greens. Basically the ramp is shaped so each putt is returned to the player the same distance it would of gone past the hole had it missed, anything else is a miss! Only putts of perfect weight will hold on the micro-target.

    This thing is so addictive and a great putting aid. For £20 it’s a no brainer for home use on the carpet like me!

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    The pond on the 9th on Foxes has dropped low which has given the team a chance tidy up some of the trees that have set and started to grow in the lake.

    This should make it look a lot nicer from the tee and should you go slightly down the right you’ll be able to see what distance you need to carry it to stay dry.

  • Community Transport Charity Golf Day.

    On Friday 17th August the Community Transport Charity Golf Day returns to Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club.
    Over £4000 was raised in 2017 for the Wyre Forest Community Transport and the organisers are hopefully of beating that figure this year.

    The golf begins at 1.30pm with a Shot Gun start on Badgers and Deer.

    Foxes will be available for casual golf from 11.30am- 6pm, but please bear in mind that it might be busy.

  • US PGA

    The final Major of the year went to Brooks Koepka after a dazzling display in St Louis. Brooks, who missed The Masters at the start of the year through injury, backed up his (second) victory at the US Open by taking the US PGA title. I hope you all backed my pick Brooks for the US PGA Championship at 20/1 or like me you forgot to bet… what a muppet!

    Brooks has now moved up to number 2 in the world and will no doubt be a big danger to the Europeans when they take on the Americans in the Ryder Cup at the end of September.

    Brooks Koepka wasn’t the only one celebrating the victory, Paul Harrison was lucky enough to pull Brooks out in the sweepstake to win himself some nice prizes from Under Armour. I’m not too sure what Graham Butcher thought when he pulled Tiger Woods out, but I’m sure he’ll be happy picking up his prize courtesy of Tiger Woods’ second place finish.

    Well done to prize-winners Paul, Graham, Dean, Paul and Simon our next sweepstake will be for the Ryder Cup in September and dare I say it the Christmas Sweepstake after that!

  • Rabbits Cup Results.

    Another weekend, another trophy competition! 49 gents played on Saturday in the boiling sun, competing for the Rabbits Cup. With the course still in fine condition and the fairways running fast, low scores were certainly predicted.

    David Mendham nipped it one better than Adrian Nash and Paul Liggins and scored a nett 68 to finish in second spot in Division 2. Nick Kimberlee also shot a nett 68 but just pipped David on count back. Nick has been having some lessons with Dave and it is great to see him getting the rewards for this hard work.

    It was also close for second place in Division 1. John Swithenby shot a nett 69 to go one better than Bryan Colley, Jack Severn and John Westley who all finished with a nett 70. The day however belonged to early bird George Blakeway. George shot an incredible nett 64 to finish 4 shots ahead of Nick’s nett 68 to win the Rabbits Trophy! George now sees his handicap cut to 9… Welcome to single figures George!

    Division 1
    1st – George Blakeway (Trophy Winner)
    2nd – John Swithenby

    Division 2
    1st - Nick Kimberlee
    2nd – David Mendham

    Nearest The Pin – Paul Liggins

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